Dutch writer to Italian newspaper: There's "too much Africa in South Africa"

From Africa is a Country Wed Feb 20 2013, 09:00:13

Oscar Pistorius being charged with the alleged murder of his girlfriend on Valentine's Day has given the Dutch writer Adriaan Van Dis the chance to play "South African expert" in a long interview in Tuesday's issue of the Italian newspaper La Stampa. Van Dis's latest book, Tikkop (translated in Italian as "Tradimento", or "Betrayal" in English), was the official [...]

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